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Firefighters are mopping up a fire that burned two outbuildings late Wednesday morning.
A worker at a Lincoln-area plant was burned in a possible explosion Wednesday morning.
The California Department of Pesticide Regulation says there were so many violations against Mark Minkema that it suspended the pest control pilot’s license.
While the move could mean smaller farmers in rural areas will need to spend more time and money getting access to vets who can write prescriptions, big producers like Foster Farms have already embraced antibiotic-free farms as part of their marketing material.
The lawsuit filed by three Sacramento taxpayers alleges that the city gave up more than the quarter of a billion dollars in land and cash disclosed publicly. They believe Mayor Kevin Johnson also illegally sweetened the deal for Ranadive by offering electronic billboard and city parking revenue.
The FBI says someone intentionally cut a cluster of fiber optic cables in the Livermore area on Tuesday morning, leading to widespread outages. They say someone went to a lot of trouble to get into an underground vault to cut the line that’s as thick as a paint can.
It wasn’t easy for people in a fireworks booth to psych themselves up to be in a non-air conditioned fireworks booth for 13 hours on a triple-digit day.
It’s the same reason you see crews spraying down construction sites—they have to keep the air as clean as possible.
Houses and businesses are popping up in Lathrop and Manteca, but even in a drought, city officials worry a levee holding back the San Joaquin River can put them at risk of losing it all.
Phone and Internet service was disrupted across the region. Wave initially described the outage as a coordinated attack, but the FBI refuted that in a statement on Tuesday afternoon.
The debate over the bill has been heated from the beginning, with concerns fueled by a debunked study linking vaccinations to autism and parents who say the government shouldn’t tell them how to raise their children.